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a huge ovation. she led five laps on the day. brad keselowski caused a huge rack. carl edwards also involved. we go to the final lap and a familiar face is leading the pack. jimmie johnson takes the checkered flag for his second daytona 500 victory. taylor and her, junior, second. danica patrick -- dale earnhardt, junior, second. danica patrick faded and came in eighth. the prospects trying to raise their data -- draft stock. the fastest way is to post a great time in the 40-yard dash. that's what tavon austin did today. he was flying, posting an official speed of 4.34 seconds, just behind the fastest time of chrisme, recorded by johnson at 4.24 seconds. tavon is one of the top receivers in the draft. his speed today could cemented his status as a first-round pick in the draft. the maryland women have won 22 games this season, but none would match the feeling of beating rival duke today. they beat the turks earlier this -- the terps earlier this season. brenda was not a happy camper. peter drives. no one is there. duke up by 17. the terrapins battled back. they cut the lead down to
than i found it before he moves on. a lot to accomplish. but with michael waltrip, brad keselowski the guest analyst. you did good so far picking stewart and harvick. fatherhood treating kevin harvick very well and the aggressive driving. what did we learn about the generation 6 car tonight? >> we saw kevin harvick and tony stewart, guys that drive aggressively are rewarded. that is a key thing. we saw greg biffle made a great move for the lead at the end but kevin harvick drove more aggressive and made it work. that's what won him the race. >> michael: i like being part of the fox team. glad he has a job. >> chris: pretty good. >> michael: picks a whistle the first segment. picked the race winner. i agree with brad 100%. the guys that are aggressive made it happen. one thing i was disappointed at the end was people trying to figure out what to do. a new car. there is new challenges. so nobody really made a move. the first guy to move was logano who dove down from the fourth and fifth spot. got third at the end. maybe if they moved sooner and everybody watching like brad and the gu
to accomplish. but with michael waltrip brad keselowski the guest analyst. you did good so far picking stewart and harvick. fatherhood treating kevin harvick very well and the aggressive driving. what did we learn about the generation 6 car tonight? >> we saw kevin harvick and tony stewart guys that drive aggressively are rewarded. that is a key thing. we saw greg biffle made a great move for the lead at the end but kevin harvick drove more aggressive and made it work. that's what won him the race. >> michael: i like being part of the fox team. glad he has a job. >> chris: pretty good. >> michael: picks a whistle the first segment. picked the race winner. i agree with brad 100%. the guys that are aggressive made it happen. one thing i was disappointed at the end was people trying to figure out what to do. a new car. there is new challenges. so nobody really made a move. the first guy to move was logano who dove down from the fourth and fifth spot. got third at the end. maybe if they moved sooner and everybody watching like brad and the guys in the
. 18 laps to go danica still going strong. finding greg biffle and brad keselowski. danica still third. a crash in the back of the pack. a cautionary flag and the race is allowed to continue to the finish and it's jimmie johnson who wins his fifth daytona 500. but danica finished eighth and afterwards talks about her historic run. >> i'm honored but again these are things that just happen along the way, and i hope to -- i'm on the quest to be the best driver so i want to get to victory lane. these things happen and i'm proud but they are not the ultimate goals. >> even though u.v.a. lost to second ranked miami the coach said his team is in the right spot to make a run for the big dance. how did they do? hosting georgia tech. christian, justin anderson finding a an opening exploding in for the jam. you can hear the rim rattling. later in the half, anderson. check this out. foote away but hustlaled back. gets the ball, dribbles downcourt, makes the no-look pass to mitchell who lays it in. u.v.a. led at the break and keep it rolling. second hal
it for a total of five laps. some more pumping on 138. brad keselowski. carl edwards was knocked out of the race right here along with six other ford drivers. down the stretch, jimmie johnson coasts in, his second 500 win, holding offdale dale earnhardt, jr. >> danica finished 8th. >> chevy was so good. i had a fast car. i could really stay up front all day long. i had a confidence the final two laps leading the train. i knew just how fast this car was. big credit to everyone. >> they will be without christian garcia for up to two weeks, the pitcher has no structural damage and will be back at full strength soon enough. they're facing miami. bottom. first, reigning rookie, bryce harper into right field. he had two singles today, not too shabby. rain starts to come in delaying the game for 1 hour and 6 minutes. bottom of the fifth, they resume. anthony radone sends one over the opposite field. the nats 2001 pick, drew storen in his first appearance this spring blew the save today. the nats and marlins play to a tie. a week before the national's spring training, they signed o'ings. he's a pitcher
youtube. that was inside the -- brad keselowski, thank you so much. i appreciate you joining us, okay? >> yeah, my pleasure. like i said, i'm just hoping everyone's okay. i think that's where everyone here in the nascar community -- that's where our thoughts and players are at. the result of the race was unfortunate from a finishing position. but it doesn't mean anything to me right now. just hoping that everyone's okay and we rely on our fans and we'll get it right. >> joining me on the phone is tom hoover, he calls himself a nascar superfan. you were there today when the crash happened. where were you and what did you see? >> we were in what's called the sprint tower. we were sitting in the upper deck and it was about probably 15 feet to the left of where the car hit the fence. >> and so what did you see? >> we saw -- we were watching -- it was a big finish and all of a sudden we saw a wreck and then we saw the car in the air and it hit the fence. it was pretty scary. once it hit the fence, we saw parts flying off. the car shredded into many pieces. >> immediately did you know that
. nascar reacted immediately to the crash. i talked with driver brad keselowski just moments after it happened. at that point, he didn't know about the injuries. we now know 28 people were hurt, two critically. brad tells us what happens from a race car driver's perspective. >> i think you look at the wreck. there was a battle for the lead. i was driving the 22 car. and there was contact between me and the 7 car who were going for the win. just one of those unfortunate accidents. i think the most unfortunate part is it's not the accident itself but there were some injuries in the stands we hope and are all praying that everyone's okay. still too early to tell exactly what the situation is there. but a lot of thoughts going out to them. i think that's probably the most important thing. >> you're absolutely right. thank you for saying that. usually these fences hold. but i do see if you look at the video closely, looks like one of the tires did manage to bounce over that wall and go into the stands. you're right, for the people who were in the stands and who were injured, you guys ha
waltrip, brad keselowski the guest analyst. you did good so far picking stewart and harvick. fatherhood treating kevin harvick very well and the aggressive driving. what did we learn about the generation 6 car tonight? >> we saw kevin harvick and tony stewart, guys that drive aggressively are rewarded. that is a key thing. we saw greg biffle made a great move for the lead at the end but kevin harvick drove more aggressive and made it work. that's what won him the race. >> michael: i like being part of the fox team. glad he has a job. >> chris: pretty good. >> michael: picks a whistle the first segment. picked the race winner. i agree with brad 100%. the guys that are aggressive made it happen. one thing i was disappointed at the end was people trying to figure out what to do. a new car. there is new challenges. so nobody really made a move. the first guy to move was logano who dove down from the fourth and fifth spot. got third at the end. maybe if they moved sooner and everybody watching like brad and the guys in the race will say all right, maybe we got to make the move sooner. >> chr
to the crash. i talked with driver brad keselowski just moments after it happened. at that point, he didn't know about the injuries. we now know 28 people were hurt, two critically. brad tells us what happens from a race car driver's perspective. >> i think you look at the wreck. there was a battle for the lead. i was driving the 22 car. and there was contact between me and the 7 car who were going for the win. just one of those unfortunate accidents. i think the most unfortunate part is it's not the accident itself but there were some injuries in the stands we hope and are all praying that everyone's okay. still too early to tell exactly what the situation is there. but a lot of thoughts going out to them. i think that's probably the most important thing. >> you're absolutely right. thank you for saying that. usually these fences hold. but i do see if you look at the video closely, looks like one of the tires did manage to bounce over that wall and go into the stands. you're right, for the people who were in the stands and who were injured, you guys have no injuries, right? >> yeah, i'm
, reigning sprint cup sprint cup champion, brad keselowski. >> i was driving the second car, the 22 car, and there was contact between me and the second car, we were going for the win. and just one of those unfortunate accidents. and i think the most unfortunate part is not the accident itself, but that there were some injuries in the stands, we hope and all pray that everybody is okay. it is still too early to tell exactly what the situation is there. but a lot of thoughts going out to them. i think that is probably the most important thing. >> you're absolutely right, thank you for saying that. usually these fences hold. but i do see if you look at the video closely, looks like one of the tires did manage to bounce over the wall and go into the stands. and again, you're right, for the stands, people injured you guys walked away. you have no injuries, right? >> yeah, i think i'm fine. i came out okay with all the other drivers, all the other drivers involved in the wreck appear to be okay to me. at least from what i could tell. so treated and released. but still too early to tell from
made a move to block brad keselowski out of the final turn. >> i made the move and he blocked and started the chain of events that caused the wreck. reporter: as the cars kept crashing, tony stewart slipped by for the win. after the speedaway was empty and the track cleared, repair crews got busy getting ready for the super bowl of racing. >> we're very confident we will be readyear foe 55th running of the adopt 3500. reporter: the crash remains under investigation. abc7, new york. >> ama: the state department is stepping up its effort to help find a missing bay area couple. gary and jamie were last seen a month ago in a taxi in peru. they have been on a bike trip. and friends say the two had been in contact through social media until january 25th. >> they were posting nearly daily forecasts of their adventures in peru to facebook and twitter and keeping close phone contact with roommates. >> ama: the u.s. embassy in peru released a kidnapping warning for merges and is working with the local authorities to find the couple. a $3,000 reward has been off erred. >> a tri-city gun
care offproperty. >> the choose began when regan smith made a move to block brad keselowski out of the final turn. >> i made the move and he blocked and started the chain of events that caused the wreck. reporter: as the cars kept crashing, tony stewart slipped by for the win. after the speedaway was empty and the track cleared, repair crews got busy getting ready for the super bowl of racing. >> we're very confident we will be readyear foe 55th running of the adopt 3500. reporter: the crash remains under investigation. abc7, new york. >> ama: the state department is stepping up its effort to help find a missing bay area couple. gary and jamie were last seen a month ago in a taxi in peru. they have been on a bike trip. and friends say the two had been in contact through social media until january 25th. >> they were posting nearly daily forecasts of their adventures in peru to facebook and twitter and keeping close phone contact with roommates. >> ama: the u.s. embassy in peru released a kidnapping warning for merges and is working with the local authorities to find the couple. a
trying to block brad keselowski but gets hit and spun. the chain reaction breaks out behind them. rookie carl larson is in the car that goes airborne. his enjoin ended up in the base of the fence. tony stewart was the winner but this was all about a reported 33 fans that were injured by the flying debris. according to a late report tonight, 14 people were taken to the hospital. two of them were first in critical condition but tonight upgraded to stable. none of the drivers was seriously hurt. the fence is being repaired, tomorrow's race expected to run as scheduled. >>> still to come on this saturday night edition of sports wrap, the giants and as are both in the way at texas play. we'll have a >>> just four months ago the giants were in frigid detroit wrapping up their title in three years as sergio romo threw a fast ball past cabrera. today they're playing cactus game against the angels. giant's got their first run of the 1st inning. sandoval comes home and it's a 1-1 game. giants then hook the lead. williams, jackson williams that is with the shot down to left field line. panda get a
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